Hampton University
School of Engineering and Technology, Aviation

Aviation Management

The Aviation Management - Administration major will prepare you for life as an aviation professional, such as an Airport Manager, government aviation liaison, or commercial carrier manager. The aviation industry includes governmental positions, national security operations, as well as small business owners and entrepreneurs.

The Aviation Management major is designed to build upon technical training in aviation maintenance, flight, avionics technology, air traffic control, aircraft operations support or other aviation-related fields. Aviation management majors learn management principles that keep airports, as well as airlines, running safely and smoothly. They study everything from hiring employees to meeting government security regulations to making sure passenger luggage gets to the right place.

Aviation Management - B.S. Degree
Air Traffic Control Management Concentration

Major course requirements for a degree in Aviation Administration are shared with the School of Management and Business. In addition to the General Education courses listed previously, students are required to complete the following:

Freshman Year
Semester 1
Semester 2
Mathematics 117, 130
3
3
English 101, 102
3
History 105/107, 106
3
3
Aviation 201, 202
3
3
Computer Science 120
3
3
Health 200
2
Physical Education
1
1
University 101
1
 
Total:
16
16
 
Sophomore Year
Semester 1
Semester 2
Humanities 201, 202
3
3
Psychology 203
3
Management 215
3
Chemistry 150
3
Aviation 325, 302
3
3
Management 205
3
Speech 103
3
Biology 101
3
Total:
15
15
 
Junior Year
Semester 1
Semester 2
Aviation 326
3
3
Aviation 340
3
Aviation 341
3
3
Aviation 301, 310
3
Aviation 305
3
3
Economics 201, 202
3
3
Aviation Elective
Total:
15
15
 
Senior Year
Semester 1
Semester 2
Aviation 425, 440
3
3
Aviation 426, 441
3
3
Aviation 408, 402
3
3
Aviation 304
3
Aviation Elective or
3
Management 370
Management 301, 305
3
3
 
Total:
16
13
 
 
Total Credit Hours:
122